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Minister believes the Broderick review ‘draws a line in the sand’

Jim Wilson
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NSW Minister for Women Bronnie Taylor believes the Broderick report “draws a line in the sand” to move forward.

The Broderick Report about behavior within Parliament House has made the Premier state sexual predators and bullies must leave Parliament.

At the most serious end of the scale, five cases of rape or attempted rape have been found, one in three respondents to a survey claimed to have been bullied or harassed.

“This is shocking, confronting and simply disgusting,” Jim said

“The standards of behaviour in parliament should set an example for the rest of society but clearly they don’t.”

NSW Minister for Women Bronnie Taylor told Jim the report shows that these actions are “unacceptable” and to move forward MPs need to take accountability.

“People have to be responsible for their behaviour.”

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Image: Getty/Matt King 

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